Although this sake is in the junmai category, the brewers go through great lengths to prepare this sake in a similar manner to many daiginjo. Using Gohyakumangoku rice from Tottori Prefecture, Chiyomusubi “Tokubetsu Junmai” has long been a local favorite. Now it’s your turn to dive into this intriguing brew. With its notes of cotton candy and even black pepper, this one is a bit undefinable, but definitely interesting.
Chiyomusubi is brewed in Tottori Prefecture in the Chugoku region.
Chiyomusubi Brewing Company
Chiyomusubi can be roughly translated to “eternal bond,” which the brewery uses to express how much they value their relationships with the local communities around the brewery. Chiyomusubi Brewing Company boasts a wide selection of products including shochu, liquor, gin, vodka, non-alcoholic amazake and sake. Their philosophy is to relish nature and entertainment and to strive to spread happiness. Their flagship sake uses Goriki rice, which is sake rice unique to Tottori Prefecture. Its use helps support the local community. With this rice, the brewery brews quality sake that is rich and dry, and sure to promote happiness.